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COME JOIN US FOR THE DINNER OF A LIFETIME!

  Cosecha SD A5 Satsuma Japanese Wagyu + True Hyogo Kobe North American Dinner Tour!

Southern Tier Lyme Support Inc. is pleased to announce that Chef Steve Brown and special guests are going to be in town for one amazing night Friday, August 31st, and he is donating part of the proceeds to help us with the Fight Against Lyme!

We are excited to visit beautiful Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes Region of New York to bring a once in a lifetime dinner experience featuring A5 Satsuma Wagyu and True Hyogo Kobe Beef straight from Japan.

Check out Chef Steve Brown's website and order tickets

Thank you to our sponsors

SAVE THE DATE!!

2019 LYME CONFERENCE WILL BE MAY 3rd & 4th

**Please join us for an expanded two day conference with even more exciting research & wellness information!

Bit by a Tick? – Get it tested by Ticknology Tick Alert Initiative

SAVE THE DATE!!

2019 FINISH LYME 5K JUNE 7th

**All proceeds will go directly to fund treatment assistance applied for through our Finish Lyme 5k webpage.

Upcoming Events

Tuesday August 7th

Valley Lyme Disease Support Group,
Athens, PA. 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Monday August 13th

Southern Tier Lyme Support,
Binghamton, NY 5:30pm – 7:30pm

Friday August 31st

Japanese Wagyu + True Kobe Dinner,
Cayuga Lake – Kings Ferry, NY 6:00pm – 9:00pm

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Help BU continue their important Research

Binghamton University’s Dr. Ralph Garruto began studying Lyme disease in 2012. After a large spike in the number of Lyme disease cases and an increase in ticks throughout the Upper Susquehanna River Basin, Dr. Garruto started the Binghamton University Lyme and Other Tick-borne Diseases Research Project to determine tick densities and infectivity with the Lyme pathogen and assess human risk though demographic and behavioral observation. Preliminary results have shown extremely high tick densities and a high rate of infectivity with the Lyme pathogen. Peri-urban and sub-urban environments have shown to be more risky for tick encounters than more rural or remote areas. The research team is currently working on more data collection to build a model of human risk with broader applications for the region.

For more information go to: https://www.binghamton.edu/centers/lyme-disease-center/index.html

If you would like to make a donation to help fund their research, checks can be made out to The Binghamton Foundation – Lyme Disease Research Project.
Mail to:
Binghamton University Foundation
PO Box 6005
Binghamton, NY. 13902-6005
or it can be sent directly to Dr. Garruto’s office (Still made out to Binghamton Foundation):
Dr. Ralph Garruto
Science 1 Department of Anthropology
Binghamton University
PO Box 6000
Binghamton, NY. 13902-6000